National Association for the Advancement of Psychoanalysis
850 Seventh Avenue Suite 800
New York, NY 10019

212-741-0515

www.naap.org

 

When

Saturday, November 10, 2018 from 9:00 AM to 6:00 PM EST
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Where

Hebrew Union College -Jewish Institute of Religion 
1 West 4th Street
New York, NY 10012
 


 
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Contact

Lori Feigenbaum - NAAP
NAAP  
973-629-1002 
events@acapnj.org 

Emily Horvath
NAAP
naap@naap.org
212-741-0515 

6 CE Hours for full conference attendance for NY Social Workers and Licensed Psychoanalysts. Certificate of attendance available for all others. Please check your profession's State CE regulations re: approval of out of State events.

National Association for the Advancement of Psychoanalysis (NAAP) is recognized by the New York State Education Department's State Board of Education for Social Workers as an approved provider of continuing education for licensed social workers. #0168.

NJ licensed Social Worker ers are eligible for CE hours according to: http://www.njconsumeraffairs.gov/regulations/Chapter-44G-State-Board-of-Social-Work-Examiners.

NAAP is recognized by the New York State Education Department's State Board of Education for Psychoanalysts as an approved provider of continuing education for licensed psychoanalysts. #P-0019

CANCELLATION POLICY: Please be advised Registrations are non-refundable.

  

 

The 46th Annual NAAP Conference

Saturday, November 10, 2018

held at 
Hebrew Union College - Jewish Institute of Religion

1 West 4th Street NYC

9:00 AM to 6:00PM    6.5 CE Hours
Full Conference only: 6CE Hours for NY Social Workers & Licensed Psychoanalysts, Social Workers from NJ - other states check state guidelines. Certification of Attendance on request.

Get ready for an exciting, meaningful, and uplifting day at NAAP's 46th Annual Conference!

How is the culture of calamity impacting clinical practice? Both patients, and the therapists who listen to stories of their persistent anxiety while struggling in the same political and world environment, are reported to have chronically elevated stress reactions that can negatively impinge on every aspect of life. It sometimes feels as though all the rules have been thrown out and a new set of indecipherable ones imposed. Things that were known to be socially and interpersonally unacceptable are broadcast with impunity. In this sea of chaos it is hard to know friend from enemy, to feel free to talk, to believe in a stable future.

NAAP’s distinguished speakers will address these issues and demonstrate through clinical vignettes some of the ways therapeutic practice has been impacted, and approaches to mitigating stress responses and remaining centered. They will discuss the psychodynamics of narcissistic sociopathy, how groups led by these personality types have fared historically, and how they might react positively and manage to remain healthy and self-directing.

The much sought after Gradiva Awards, celebrating outstanding contributions to creativity and exploration of the human experience, will be presented at a delicious luncheon banquet.

NEW this year:  The NAAP Analysts-in-Training Writing Awards will be presented and described at the luncheon.

Earn 6.5 CE hours while taking a break from the everyday world and sharing a good time with friends.

 For any questions please call or email the contacts in the left panel.

Patricia Harte Bratt, PhD
NAAP President

DISTINGUISHED SPEAKERS:

Introduction: Patricia Bratt, PhD  NAAP President

Morning

Moderator: Jeffrey Werden, PhD

Elizabeth Howell, PhD
Outsiders to Love: The Psychopathic Character and Dilemma

Howard Covitz, PhD
Three Sides of Bullying: The Narcissistic Rings of Fire


Luncheon:

Analysts-in-Training (AIT) Awards for Student Writing

Gradiva Awards for Writing and the Arts in Psychoanalysis
 

Afternoon:

Moderator: Mary Massaro, PsyaD 

Farrell Silverberg, PhD
Psychoanalysis and Fascism: Strange Bedfellows

Bandy Lee, MD   
The More Dangerous Case of Donald Trump




The Conference will be followed by a 

Wine & cheese reception for all,

and by

NAAP's Annual Membership Meeting

...where you can learn more about how NAAP represents and
advocates for psychoanalysts and mental health professionals.